Six inches of fresh snow on Sunday night/Monday morning produced some beautiful winter scenery here on Mt. San Jacinto... at least for a short time. Around here, it usually doesn't take too long for the snow on the trees to start melting and falling off, so optimal shooting time can be kind of brief after the actual storm clears out... Huge clumps of snow falling from the trees onto your head, down your neck and all over your camera makes for messy working conditions:)
While walking in the national forest just below our house, the abstraction and contrast of this sharp, thorny bush against the soft fresh-fallen powder caught my eye.
Such splendid image with good geometrical symmetry.
James! Thanks and good to hear from you again (I know you left a comment a couple of weeks ago too, before the holidays.) I wondered where you got off to.. hope you didn't give up on your photo work.
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